Trainee gas engineer Sheku Bayoh, 31, died in May 2015 after being restrained by officers responding to a call about a man with a knife in Kirkcaldy, Fife. A weapon was later found nearby.
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Scotland’s chief prosecutor has decided not to charge any police officers over the death of Sheku Bayoh, a trainee gas engineer who died in custody three years ago.
The family of Sheku Bayoh who died in police custody have vowed they “will never give up fighting” to find out what happened to him – exactly two years after his tragic death.
Sierra Leone-born Mr Bayoh, 31, died in Kirkcaldy on May 3 last year after he was restrained by police officers who used CS spray, PAVA spray and batons. “Who would want to see their loved one suffer the way Sheku did?”
Was race at the heart of mans custody death from various sources – February 2016 submitted by – Falak Bibi Any news updates on this case will be listed at the foot of this item Sheku Bayoh, an ordinary family man, was left dead by police who are meant to […]
Sheku Bayoh’s family fear investigators will whitewash his death in police custody by blaming a controversial medical condition. They are furious after discovering police commissioned reports from experts in excited delirium.
Sheku Bayoh, an ordinary family man, was left dead by police who are meant to be “protecting us” said supporters. The 31 year old gas engineer had been restrained, handcuffed and batons were used on him.
Scotland’s police force and its prosecution authority have refused to give 12 police officers immunity from criminal charges in an inquiry into the death in custody of Sheku Bayoh.